Kingsport, TN - There are places about which legends are born. For some stories survive for generations because of personalities so evil, the mere mention of their names is used to terrify children. For others stories of love lost and tragedy give a place a romantic, if melancholy, air.
There's not a horror fan out there who's not intrigued by the prospect of real cases of things that go bump in the night. Sometimes said things can come in some really unexpected places. At least that seems to be the story from those associated with the brand new production of Box of Shadows, which is currently filming in LA.
It's been a little over a week since the King of Pop Michael Jackson passed away, but during a video tour of his Neverland Ranch on Larry King Live, MJ may have just made his first spectral appearance.
In a world in which women never wear anything more than skimpy lingerie comes a ghost armed with a knife and quite possibly a spectral erection. Are you ready? Grab your lube and let's go!
Stowe, VT - Some hauntings are benign, harmless to all who encounter them and enjoy a shiver at their brush with the supernatural. Some are helpful, welcoming even. But there are others, in which the dead sits and waits, anticipation and hope turning first to anger, then to rage and madness.
You gotta get excited about new and original horror in these imagination-troubled times, and Mauro Borelli’s upcoming horror flick Box of Shadows certainly seems ripe with potential.
College kids just never learn. They're always messing around where they shouldn't and wind up getting themselves and their friends killed. The students in the upcoming Box of Shadows seem destined for the same fate.
Takashi Shimizu knows his stuff when it comes to making movies about really creepy ghosts that are pretty pissed off. In his latest film, The Shock Labyrinth, he's taking his trademark pale spookers off of the screen and into your lap via the wonders of 3D!
It seems as if ghosts are once again riding high on Hollyweird's agenda because the haunting news just keeps on coming! We're gonna need an old priest and a young priest -- STAT!
In the last several decades films based upon real life hauntings have done a lot to both capture the imagination and scare the hell out of movie-going audiences! In fact everyone seems to be scrambling to find the next fact-based shocker to tingle the old spine, most recently Summit Entertainment.
Charleston, SC - There are people in her house. She doesn't know them, but they come in droves. They eat in her living room, cook in her kitchen, and pay her no mind at all. After such a long life of lonely solitude, the air is thick with conversation and the scent of Lowcountry spices. Of course she hasn't lived here, or anywhere, for a long time, and the house is no longer her home, but she continues to walk the floors and look out the windows, remembering a time that once was.
With the success of Lionsgates' The Haunting in Connecticut at the box office, those associated with the project are all looking toward some new haunting tales to tell that may end up as a trilogy and more!
In what is probably the most shocking bit of news today: Japan is actually taking a page from a recent American movie trend. They’re going 3D!
”So, a werewolf, a vampire and a ghost all live together in a house …” If that premise sounds like the beginning of a joke, it’s because it is … sort of. BBC America is gearing up to debut Being Human, a horror-comedy about three twenty-somethings, each of whom happens to be a supernatural being.